I have strong ties to Southern Kentucky, especially Wayne and Pulaski Counties. So far my family tree encompasses more than 8,000 relatives.
Please feel free to contact me with additions, corrections, and comments.
If I have posted your relatives or other loved ones, please contact me, I don't have a problem transferring their memorial. I try to remember to post the plot information on each picture as well as sending it to the contributor of the memorial. In some cases the contributor is not interested and simply ignores the additional information. What a shame!
If you have relatives buried in Anderson, SC, please visit the memorial Helen
It seems that I have a collection of childens' graves which no one seems to be looking for. I am drawn to these little graves. It breaks my heart that they seem to be forgotten. My goal is to find their families, but if I don't, I will keep them with me. ---------------------------- A word of advice: if you are not willing to actually maintain the memorials you create, then please transfer them to either FAG or a member who is truly dedicated to the cause. This should not be a "numbers game". People use FAG to learn about their history and most of us take it seriously. Thanks.
Estella Bassett I finally went back and took a photo of her gravestone before the poison ivy grows back. Brother Clarence on the same stone. I found Charles & Nellie Bassett next to them, most likely the parents of these two young ones. In 1900 thru 1920 censuses they were living in New Haven. I did not see any other Bassetts and don't find any others on my inventory list for this cemetery.
I am trying to find my oldest-known grandfather’s grave. I’ll call him “Father Jones”. It is reported that he died in Pulaski County, Kentucky. I cannot find a grave or any records on him. If you have any information on him or know of someone I can contact, please let me know!!
Father Jones had four sons; Alexander, James, Robert, William and Thomas. Thomas was the only one born in Pulaski County around 1800. Father Jones died between Thomas’ birth and the War of 1812. It is stated that Father Jones died prior to his son Robert joining the War of 1812.
Any help that anyone can provide would be GREATLY appreciated!!
Post same photo to wife's memorial Please post your grave photo for Ralph Drake #70376884 on his wife's memorial. She would have the same photo as they have a joint marker. His wife is Mary M. Drake #70376977. Thanks so much.
RE: Bessie G. Hammond My dad of course is one of Dallas' sons, so he knows a lot about the family. I'll be sure to ask him more about the it. It's strange finding more and more people you have a family connection with and you never had a clue. I'll be sure to get back in touch with you. Like I said before, thanks for the memorial and all. Bessie is a woman that should never be forgotten. From what my dad said she was simply amazing.